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adomelle

03:15PM | 09/02/03
Member Since: 09/01/03
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WE HAVE RECENTLY MOVED INTO A HOUSE THAT PET ODORS ARE PRETTY STRONG. WE HAVE TRIED NATURAL ENZYMES AS WELL AS CHEMICAL DEODORIZERS. I DO KNOW THAT THE SMELL IS IN THE SUBFLOOR ITSELF AS I HAVE PUT NEW CARPET IN THE HOUSE. DOES ANYONE HAVE A SUGGESTION ON HOW TO GET RID OF THE SMELL?
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k smith

04:43AM | 09/03/03
Member Since: 07/09/03
71 lifetime posts
i here a prduct called odormute works great. sorry, but the name is all i know. you might try to find it at a petsmart type store.

hoganem

11:04AM | 09/03/03
Member Since: 02/13/03
90 lifetime posts
I had the same problem. My problem area was on first floor with stink coming out of the subfloor plywood. Before buying new carpet and pad I painted a good heavy coat of Kilz stain paint on the area. Took care of the problem.

If it were a concrete floor I would use a different paint sealer made just for concrete.

Good Luck.

MBraden

02:38PM | 09/06/03
Member Since: 09/05/03
6 lifetime posts
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